I finished my daily quiet time through the apocrypha/deuterocanonical writings. I don’t have time right now to write any profound thoughts about the experience, but it went well, far better than I expected! The next book that I will be reading is I Enoch. I was going to go straight to the New Testament, but I decided to do some pseudepigraphic writings before I go there. How many, I don’t know. I am planning to go through I Enoch and Jubilees, but beyond that, well, that’s an open question right now.
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